The Weather Network released their forecast for Ontario this upcoming weekend and let’s just say that we do not want to be a part of this narrative – at all. Parts of Ontario are forecasted to recieve up to 60 cm of snow this weekend.
This Saturday, several regions in Ontario are expected to receive relatively significant snowfall. As the winter in Ontario wasn’t brutal enough, it even had to continue its reign into next few months.
Ontario isn’t even the only province expected to see significant snowfall this weekend. Southern Alberta is also forecasted to receive up to 70 cm of snowfall , with 55 cm predicted for Calgary.
According to the forecast from The Weather Network , regions such as Timmins and New Liskeard will see 30 to 50 cm of snow, while areas close to the Quebec border and city Rouyn-Noranda may even get up to 70 cm. Other areas including Sudbury, Chapleau and North Bay are looking at 20 to 35 cm of snow, says the forecast.
Meanwhile, in the southern part of the province, Ontarians can expect intense rainstorms. 50 to 60 mm of rain is forecasted for the GTA and 60 to 70 mm for the Bancroft area.
Unfortunately, ! March is predicted to bring extreme cold temperatures too. “March is expected to bring extreme cold temperatures,” said Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.
Hold on tight, Ontarians.